Grateful Dead Live at Hampton Coliseum on 1984-04-14
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Feel Like A Stranger
They Love Each Other
C C Rider
Brown Eyed Women
My Brother Esau
Let It Grow
Touch Of Grey
Playing In The Band ->
Terrapin Station ->
Don't Need Love ->
Morning Dew ->
Throwing Stones ->
One More Saturday Night
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
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|Feel Like A Stranger|
|They Love Each Other|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|My Brother Esau|
|Let It Grow|
|Touch Of Grey|
|Playin' In The Band ->|
|Terrapin Station ->|
|I Don't Need Love ->|
|Morning Dew ->|
|Throwing Stones ->|
|One More Saturday Night|
|It's All Over Now, Baby Blue|
-- Disc change is seamless
-- Recorded By Rob Eaton
-- One More Saturday Night Tease before Throwing Stones
- 2008-03-09 16:49:19
- Dat (Sony R500) -> Sound Devices 744T -> Samplitude Professional v10.02 -> FLAC
- Hampton, VA
- Run time
- Taped by
- Rob Eaton
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- Hampton Coliseum
Subject: shutting out local fans by staying on tour
Subject: Hampton Was the Best
This was a great year. Great recording as well. Great Dew, one of the best I saw in over 330 shows.
And just so everyone knows, us deadheads who actually went there, never, ever called Hampton the "Mothership".
Subject: FOB Audience Heaven
This is ensemble playing at its best. ALL members of the band are in perfect synchrony and from the first couple minutes of Stranger you can already hear magical synergy between band and audience. All of the show is pretty darn fantastic, but special note to the B.E. Women, a killer Let It Grow, the aforementioned Terrapin that is beautifully rendered and Morning Dew. The Dew here has some strange echo effect by Healy on Jerry's vocals during the second verse. This is kinda cool, but takes this out of the running for me for what might otherwise be given top-ten consideration for this tune.
Again, a great, classic show brought to living, breathing life by one of the greatest live audience recordings I've ever heard. Thanks Rob and to Charlie (once again) for recognizing this beauty and making the transfer. Download this now and start yourself on the lovely path of never being a soundboard snob again. Enjoy!
Subject: Thunderous Claps Of Hampton
Subject: One of my favorite Dews
Set II starts off with the a slower versions of Touch which works better when it was played in the second set. It is alittle rough. The Playing> Terrapin is awesome, with the lady with a fan being outstanding. It is too bad Jerry and Phil left the stage for Don't Need Love. Granted at the time many a DH thought this song was the worst, but it does stand the test of time and is hauntingly beautiful.
The drums feature Mickey on the beam which is awesome.
To hear Morning Dew out of space was a rare treat post 1974 and this one is easlily one of my favorites I saw live.
It features everything you want. The final jam features a poetic Phil and Jerry duet and then explodes at 10:00 with Brent ragin on the B3.Bob plays some great power chords too.
The T-Stones> Saturday is not up to the par with the Dew but is fine.
Jerry ends it strongly with great Baby Blue
Subject: Sickest Terrapin I saw (1978-1995; 200+ shows)
Subject: My First Show
GREAT FOB ...piss on a soundboard
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